2016 Joaquim Blume Memorial Results

The 2016 Joaquim Blume Memorial was held on November 5 in Barcelona, Spain.

Women’s All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Nina Derwael Belgium 13.950 14.500 14.450 13.250 56.150
2 Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos France 14.300 13.050 13.950 13.100 54.400
3 Seda Tutkhalyan Russia 14.200 13.200 13.700 13.150 54.250
4 Lorette Charpy France 13.900 13.250 13.800 13.000 53.950
5 Dorina Böczögö Hungary 13.950 12.000 12.600 13.050 51.600
6 Claudia Colom Spain 13.750 11.800 13.900 12.000 51.450
7 Ana Palacios Spain 12.650 13.050 12.150 11.450 49.300
8 Marta Sanchez Spain 13.100 10.550 13.000 11.950 48.600
9 Violeta Sanchez Spain 13.500 8.100 12.400 12.000 46.000

Men’s All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Nation FX PH SR VT PB HB AA
1 Nikita Nagornyy Russia 15.500 13.250 15.200 15.350 15.400 14.200 88.900
2 Ruben López Spain 14.800 12.650 14.050 14.850 15.100 14.500 85.950
3 Kanji Oyama United States 14.200 13.550 14.400 14.950 14.350 13.900 85.350
4 Sebastian Krimmer Germany 13.700 14.350 13.400 14.150 13.550 14.350 83.500
5 Andria Vera Spain 14.250 13.500 13.050 14.750 12.800 13.850 82.200
6 Dzianis Sanuvonh Belarus 14.350 13.100 13.450 13.950 14.050 12.800 81.700
7 Javier Hinojosa Spain 14.500 12.950 13.550 14.150 13.150 13.200 81.500
8 Pietro Giachino Norway 13.600 13.800 13.850 13.600 13.400 12.600 80.850
9 Kevin Antoniotti France 14.650 12.550 12.150 13.600 14.500 13.250 80.700
10 Waldemar Eichorn Germany 13.650 13.000 12.550 12.850 14.150 13.450 79.650
11 Joel Plata Spain 11.900 11.400 13.600 14.600 13.550 13.700 78.750
12 Jose López Cuba 11.350 11.700 13.050 14.600 12.800 12.250 75.750
13 Jimmy Verbaeys Belgium 13.100 12.450 12.350 13.700 10.750 12.950 75.300
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  1. Update on Seda: I only know about VT and FX because there were no videos currently on her bars or beam.
    VT: She did her DTY and basically landed with her knees touching but stood up super quickly.
    FX: She didn’t do her DLO or her Whip Whip Double tuck, but she did prepare for the front tumbling rule, with a 2.5 front layout, and a front full to front double (?).
    Pretty sure she fell on beam or was just suuuper downgraded. Probably same with bars.

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    • To be fair to Seda this is just after the olympics, so her training has probably been minimal to off & on. Plus, my guess is that this competition wasn’t for experience since she now has plenty, but rather to try routines that abide to the new code. Nerves probably aren’t the problem because this is a pretty low profile meet and there were no stakes at hand. If seda doesn’t make it to worlds next year it won’t be because she didn’t perform well at this meet. I don’t think we could ask anything more of Seda this year after what she did for her team in Rio. Seda hit 8 for 10 in Rio, and the only one she hurt was herself in the AA which was sad, and I was really thought and hoped that she would make beam final at some point, but she has done a lot of justice for herself after the olympics, and proved everyone who said that her selection on the team would be detrimental to the teams success wrong.

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